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Wheat Ridge: Getting reports the Fire Chief is in a medically induced coma after falling 30 feet yesterday, details still coming in.

Please keep this MOS in your thoughts and prayers.

Details to follow as we receive them.

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A metro-area fire chief was reported in critical condition after falling 20 feet from a tree and landing on concrete.

James Payne is a fire chief in Wheat Ridge. The accident happened at his home around 4 p.m., Saturday, as he was trimming a tree.

Doctors at St. Anthony's Central placed Payne in a medically-induced coma. He was listed as being in critical condition on Sunday.

The Payne family requested privacy regarding the accident.
 
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